The Department of Drivers and Vehicles Licensing at Public Security continues to expand all its services, especially those that provide convenience for citizens, and improve the quality of performance and services.

Today, the Licensing Department announced the availability of a "online  theoretical training" service for students wishing to obtain a driver's license, as a new service added to the series of services that the Licensing Department succeeded in introducing and implementing in the last two years with great success.

This service will enable the trainees to undergo theoretical training without having to attend face-to-face in the classroom, which may cost the trainee additional expenses, effort and time that prevent him from attending the training hall. .

the Director of the Drivers and Vehicles Licensing Department, Brig. Rami Al-Dabbas, stated that the department seeks to provide achievements in line with the wise Royal directives, and simulate the level of support provided by the Public Security directorate  to modernize the licensing system as an advanced model that meets the needs of citizens, and achieves the objectives of public security in raising the level of performance in a way that service seekers can touch. In all walks of life.

He explained that this service will allow the trainees to attend the theoretical training, which reduces the burdens of the traditional training process, indicating that the trainee can now obtain the theoretical training from his home, workplace or any other place, and at any time throughout the week, even during public holidays. And without the need to travel to and from the halls of the driving training centers.

Al-Dabbas stressed that this service will be optional and does not require any additional fees, as it mainly aims to save citizens and enable them to attend more.

Al-Dabbas indicated that the idea of ​​the theoretical training is summed up in transferring the theoretical training hall in the training center to the trainee’s phone, or his computer, through an application designed for this purpose, that supports Arabic, English and sign language for the deaf , and contains high-resolution videos that explain all The materials included in the theoretical curriculum in a smooth interactive manner, and allows the student to keep lessons and review them when needed.

The application also includes, at the end of each chapter of the curriculum, a set of questions that measure the level of the student, and a test that simulates the theoretical examination at the Licensing Department, and upon completion of all theoretical lessons, an electronic certificate is issued that allows the trainee to apply for the actual theoretical examination at the Licensing Department and its departments.